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This is the first photograph that inspired me to think about making art again – I hadn’t done anything officially creative in about a decade before that (besides dressing like a freak everyday and decorating my apartment in strange and amusing ways). I’ve used this image so many times and in so many ways – I love her – my beautiful angel – taken in Dallas in 2001.
So I’ve been working on a new series – based on our mini-roadtrips we’ve done this summer. The concept behind the series is that these are all “lost photos” – the ones that fell under the seat, got soda spilled on them, sat on the dashboard and faded in the sun, etc.
Went back to the Bernalillo Cemetery with my Brit friend, Jeanne. We had a fabulous day that started with a heartfelt chat at my house, continued to our photohunt at the cemetery, and ended at the Range (one of the yummiest places to eat in NM) I saw things at the cemetery I had never seen before including a tombstone that was shaped like a house! Here’s some pics..I think I’m having a “decay” phase.